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#17
There's no shortage of translated Japanese webnovels featuring all ranges of glorious yaoi. That might be something else to check out. Just be warned that Japan is a bit weird about sexuality... You might have to search for gender bender just because Japanese authors like inventing contrived excuses for why someone can like the same sex.
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#18
(13-08-17, 01:16 PM)so I Wrote: There's no shortage of translated Japanese webnovels featuring all ranges of glorious yaoi.  That might be something else to check out.  Just be warned that Japan is a bit weird about sexuality...  You might have to search for gender bender just because Japanese authors like inventing contrived excuses for why someone can like the same sex.

I've actually already looked through novelupdates, and there's very few ongoing projects available to read. I mean, a lot of japanese yaoi novels exist, but very few of them actually get translated. Those that are picked up for translation are very often dropped after five or six chapters.
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#19
It's not overly apparent in Book I, but the "main" POV/character of my series is a demisexual male who has a romantic attachment to another dude (who is gay).
Grim, gritty sci-fi/fantasy western!
Salt in the Water: A Lesser Dark: Book I http://royalroadl.com/fiction/10083  
Ghosts in the Glass: A Lesser Dark: Book II http://royalroadl.com/fiction/10724
Hole in the Sun: A Lesser Dark: Book III - coming late 2017/early 2018
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#20
The Taleweaver and Frays in the Weave features gay characters. Not main chars though, but supporting cast.

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